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1 Sep 20
The move preserved around 130 jobs.
18 Aug 20
37 out of the chain’s 62 stores are open.
18 Aug 20
Rents at some restaurants were unsustainable, its boss said.
11 Aug 20
Half-year profits slipped by 2.7%.
11 Aug 20
The e-commerce giant will now be able to buy a 16% stake in the UK food delivery firm.
11 Aug 20
It is working with Deloitte as it negotiates rent concessions with landlords.
4 Aug 20
650 jobs were lost.
4 Aug 20
Up to 1,100 jobs are at risk.
23 Feb 21
The move safeguards 60 jobs across the business.
16 Feb 21
The UK-based travel concession operator has been particularly hard-hit by COVID-19 trade and travel restrictions.
16 Feb 21
Liquidators of Patisserie Valerie are suing Grant Thornton £200 million for alleged accounting failures.
16 Feb 21
Hundreds of restaurant groups co-signed the letter from the delivery firm.
16 Feb 21
They are calling for “decisive” support to help the sector.
15 Feb 21
The funds were intended to aid the group in taking advantage of new opportunities.
9 Feb 21
A new premium Italian restaurant concept will also be introduced as part of the deal.
9 Feb 21
The increase takes its borrowing through the programme to its max of £300 million.
9 Feb 21
It follows three consecutive quarters of order growth acceleration.
2 Feb 21
The pub and restaurant sector is an area where survivors should see some market share gains, it said.
2 Feb 21
The high street chain has 13 stores.
26 Jan 21
All employees will be retained as part of the transaction.
26 Jan 21
Accounts show a “severe reduction” to its sales.
19 Jan 21
It leaves the group with around 375 UK restaurants.
15 Jan 21
Outdoor alcohol consumption is also banned.
12 Jan 21
The company looks to capitalise on the instant coffee market.
12 Jan 21
The chain said they “firmly believe” the terms of the CVA.
12 Jan 21
Tougher lockdown measures could be on their way.
12 Jan 21
Grant Thornton audited Patisserie Valerie’s accounts for 12 years.
12 Jan 21
Total sales in the last 12 months fell more than 30%.
12 Jan 21
The chain’s founders will remain involved in the business.
17 Dec 20
The company also said it has broadened its revenue streams by selling essentials.
17 Dec 20
This comes after a petition amassed the required 100,000 signatures.
17 Dec 20
The chain blamed the impact of the pandemic on the decision.
8 Dec 20
The chain said it was not in any detailed talks with banks.
8 Dec 20
More than 270 jobs were protected.
8 Dec 20
This follows a failed takeover approach from EG Group’s billionaire brothers Mohsin and Zuber Issa.
1 Dec 20
The company has been forced to make 75% of its 220-strong workforce redundant as a result of its losses.
1 Dec 20
The chain argued that the brothers did not understand its financial situation.
24 Nov 20
The company traded from more than 75 sites before the pandemic.
24 Nov 20
The chain collapsed in 2019 after it discovered a black hole in its accounts.